Literature on Gammarus tigrinus

Bailey,  R.J.E., Dick, J.T.A., Elwood, R.W. and MacNeil, C. 2006. Predatory interactions between the invasive amphipod Gammarus tigrinus and the native opossum shrimp Mysis relicta. Journal of the North  American Benthological Society 25(2): 393-405.

Bulnheim, H.-P. 1976. Gammarus tigrinus, ein neues  Faunenelement der Ostseeförde Schlei. Schriften des Naturwissenschaftlichen  Vereins für Schleswig-Holstein 46: 79-84.

Chambers, M.R. 1977. The population ecology of Gammarus  tigrinus (Sexton) in the reed beds of the Tjeukemeer. Hydrobiologia 53(2): 155-164.

Chambers, M.R. 1987. The status of the alien amphipod Gammarus tigrinus (Sexton, 1939) in Friesland twenty five years after its  introduction into the Netherlands. Bulletin Zoologisch  Museum Universiteit van Amsterdam 11: 65-68.

Costello, M.J. 1993. Biogeography of alien amphipods  occurring in Ireland, and interactions with native species. Proceedings of the  First European Crustacean Conference, 1992. Crustaceana 65(3): 287-299.

Daunys, D. and Zetter, M.L. 2006. Invasion of the North  American amphipod (Gammarus tigrinus Sexton, 1939) into the Curonian  Lagoon, south-eastern Baltic Sea. Acta Zoologica Lituanica 16(1): 20-26.

Devin, S. and Beisel, J.-N. 2007. Biological and ecological  characteristics of invasive species: a gammarid study. Biological Invasions 9:  13-24.

Dick, J.T.A. and Platvoet, D. 2000. Invading predatory  crustacean Dikerogammarus villosus eliminates both native and exotic  species. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 267: 977-983.

Fenchel, T.M. and Kolding, S. 1979. Habitat selection and  distribution patterns of five species of the amphipod genus Gammarus.  Oikos 33: 316-322.

Främmande Arter 2006. "Tigermärla" (Gammarus  tigrinus). Factsheet avaiabe at:

Grabowski, M., Bacela, K. and Konopacka, A. 2007. How to be  an invasive gammarid (Amphipoda: Gammaroidea) – comparison of life history  traits. Hydrobiologia 590: 75-84.

Grabowski, M., Jażdżewski, K. and Konopacka, A., 2007. Alien  Crustacea in Polish waters – Amphipoda. Aquatic Invasions 2(1): 25-38.

Grabowski, M., Konopacka, A., Jazdzewski, K. and Janowska, E.  2006. Invasions of alien gammarid species and retreat of natives in the Vistula  Lagoon (Baltic Sea, Poland). Helgoland Marine Research 60: 90-97.

Grigorovich, I.A., Kang, M. and Ciborowski, J.J.H. 2005.  Colonization of the Laurentian Great Lakes by the amphipod Gammarus tigrinus,  a native of the North American Atlantic coast. Journal of Great Lakes Research  31: 333-342.

Hautus, T. and Pinkster, S. 1987. Range extension in the  period 1985-1986 of the alien amphipods, Gammarus tigrinus, Sexton, 1939,  and Crangonyx pseudogracilis Bousfield, 1958, in the Netherlands  (Crustacea, Amphipoda). Bulletin Zoologisch Museum  Universiteit van Amsterdam 11: 57-64.

Herkül, K. and Kotta, J. 2007. New  records of the amphipods Chelicorophium curvispinum, Gammarus tigrinus, G.  duebeni, and G. lacustris in the Estonian coastal sea. Proceedings of  the Estonian Academy of Sciences: Biology, Ecology 56(4): 290-296.

Jażdżewski, K. and Konopacka, A. 2000. Immigration history  and present distribution of alien crustaceans in Polish waters. In: The  biodiversity crisis and Crustacea (eds. I.C. von Vaupel Klein and F.R. Schram).  Crustacean Issues 12: 55-64.

Jażdżewski, K., Konopacka, A. and Grabowski, M. 2004. Recent  drastic changes in the gammarid fauna (Crustacea, Amphipoda) of the Vistula  River deltaic system in Poland caused by alien invaders. Diversity and  Distributions 10: 81-87.

Jażdżewski, K., Konopacka, A. and Grabowski, M. 2005. Native  and alien maacostracan Crustacea along the Polish Baltic Sea coast in the  twentieth century. Oceanological and Hydrobiological Studies 34 (S 1): 175-193.

Kelly, D.W., MacIsaac, H.J. and Heath, D.D. 2006a. Vicariance  and dispersal effects on phylogeographic structure and speciation in a  widespread estuarine invertebrate. Evoution 60(2): 257-267.

Kelly, D.W., Muirhead, J.R., Heath, D.D. and MacIsaac, H.J.  2006b. Contrasting patterns in genetic diversity following multiple invasions of  fresh and brackish waters. Molecular Ecology 15(12): 3641-3653.

Kerckhof, F., Haelters, J. and Golasch, S. 2007. Alien  species in the marine and brackisch ecosystem: the situation in Belgian waters.  Aquatic Invasions 2(3): 243-257.

Kolding, S. and Fenchel, T.M. 1979. Coexistence and life  cycle characteristics of five species of the amphipod genus Gammarus.  Oikos 33: 323-327.

Koop, J.H.E. and Grieshaber, M.K. 2000. The role of ion regulation in the control of the distribution  of Gammarus tigrinus (Sexton) in salt-polluted rivers. Journal of  Comparative Physiology B 170: 75-83.

MacNeil, C. and Prenter, J. 2000. Differential  microdistributions and interspecific interactions in coexisting native and  introduced Gammarus spp. (Crustacea: Amphipoda). Journal of Zoology,  London 251: 377-384.

MacNeil, C., Dick, J.T.A., Hatcher, M.J. and Dunn, A.M. 2003.  Differential drift and parasitism in invading and native Gammarus spp.  (Crustacea: Amphipoda). Ecography 26: 467-473.

MacNeil, C., Dick, J.T.A., Hatcher, M.J., Terry, R.S., Smith,  J.E. and Dunn, A.M. 2003. Parasite-mediated predation between native and  invasive amphipods. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 270: 1309-1314.

Morozińska-Gogol, J. 2008. The first record of Paratenuisentis ambiguus (Acanthocephala, Tenuisentidae) in Poland.  Oceanologia 50(2): 275-279.

Nijssen, H. and Stock, J.H. 1966. The amphipod, Gammarus  tigrinus Sexton, 1939, introduced in the Netherlands (Crustacea). Beaufortia  13: 197-206.

Normant, M., Feike, M., Szaniawska, A. and Graf, G. 2007.  Adaptation of Gammarus tigrinus Sexton, 1939 to new environments – Some  metaboic investigations. Thermochimica Acta 458: 107-111.

Orav-Kotta, H., Kotta, J., Herkül, K., Kotta, I. and Paalme,  T. 2009. Seasona variabiity in the grazing potential of the invasive amphipod Gammarus tigrinus and the native amphipod Gammarus salinus (Amphipoda: Crustacea) in the northern Baltic Sea. Biological Invasions 11:  597-608.

Packalén, A., Korpinen, S. and Lehtonen, K.K. 2008. The  invasive species Gammarus tigrinus (Sexton, 1939) can rapidly change  littoral communities in the Gulf of Finland (Baltic Sea). Aquatic Invasions  3(4): 405-412.

Pienimäki, M., Helavuori, M. and Leppäkoski, E. 2004. First  findings of the North American amphipod Gammarus tigrinus Sexton, 1939  along the Finnish coast. Memoranda pro Societas Fauna et Flora Fennica 80_17-19.

Pinkster, S. 1975. The introduction of the alien amphipod Gammarus tigrinus Sexton, 1939 (Crustacea, Amphipoda) in the Netherlands and  its competition with indigenous species. Aquatic Ecology 9(3): 131-138.

Pinkster, S., Dieleman, J. and Platvoet, D. 1980. The present  position of Gammarus tigrinus Sexton, 1939, in the Netherlands, with the  description of a newly discovered amphipod species Crangonyx pseudogracilis Bousfield, 1858 (Crustacea, Amphipoda). Bulletin  Zoologisch Museum Universiteit van Amsterdam 7: 33-45.

Pinkster, S. and Platvoet, D. 1983. Further observations on the distribution and biology of two alien amphipods, Gammarus tigrinus Sexton, 1939, and Crangonyx pseudogracilis Bousfield, 1958, in the Netherlands (Crustacea, Amphipoda). Bulletin Zoologisch  Museum Universiteit van Amsterdam 9: 153-164.

Pinkster, S., Scheepmaker, M., Platvoet, D. and Broodbakker,  N. 1992. Drastic changes in the amphipod fauna (Crustacea) of Dutch inland  waters during the last 25 years. Bijdragen tot de Dierkunde 61(4):  193-204.

Pinkster,  S., Smit, H. and Brandse de Jong, N. 1977. The introduction  of the alien amphipod Gammarus tigrinus Sexton, 1939, in the Netherlands  and its competition withindigenous species. Crustaceana Supplements 4: 91-105.

Piscart, C., Maazouzi, C. and Marmonier, P. 2008. Range  expansion of the North American alien amphipod Gammarus tigrinus Sexton,  1939 (Crustacea: Gammaridae) in Brittany, France. Aquatic Invasions 3(4):  461-465.

Platvoet, D. and Pinkster, S. 1985. The present position of  the alien amphipods Gammarus tigrinus and Crangonyx pseudogracilis in the Netherlands (Crustacea, Amphipoda). Bulletin Zoologisch Museum  Universiteit van Amsterdam 10: 125-128.

Rolbiecki, L. and Normant, M. 2005. The first record of  parasites in Gammarus tigrinus Sexton, 1939 – a recent newcomer to the  Gulf of Gdańsk. Oceanologia 47(2): 283-287.

Sexton, E.W. 1939. A new species of Gammarus (G.  tigrinus) from Droitwich District. Journal of the Marine Biological  Association of the United Kingdom 23: 543-551, plates 4-6.

Surowiec, J. and Dobrzycka-Krahel, A. 2008. New data on the  non-indigenous gammarids in the Vistula Delta and the Vistula Lagoon.  Oceanologia 50(3): 443-447.

Szaniawska, A., Łapucki, T. and Normant, M. 2003. The  invasive amphipod Gammarus tigrinus Sexton, 1939, in Puck Bay. Oceanologia 45(3): 507-510.

Taraschewski, H., Moravec, F., Lamah, T. and Anders, K. 1987. Distribution and  morphology of two helminths recently introduced into Europan eel populations: Anguillicola crassus (Nematoda, Dracunculoidea) and Paratenuisentis  ambiguus (Acanthocephala, Tenuisentidae). Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 3:  167-176.

Van Riel,  M.C., Heay, E.P., van der Vede, G. and bij de Vaate, A. 2007. Interference competition among native and invader amphipods. Acta Oecologica 31:  282-289.

Zettler, M.L. 1995. Erstnachweis von Gammarus tigrinus Sexton, 1939 (Crustacea: Amphipoda) in der  Darss-Zingster-Boddenkette und seine derzeitige Verbreitung an der deutschen  Ostseeküste. Arch. Freunde Naturg. Mecklenburg 34:  137-140.

Zettler, M.L. 2001. Some malacostracan crustacean assemblages  in the southern and western Baltic Sea. Rostocker Meeresbiologische  Beiträge 9: 127-143.

Zettler, M.L. 2008. Veränderungen einer litoralen  Amphipoda-Gemeinschaft am Beispiel einer Langzeitstudie im Oderhaff.  Lauterbornia 62: 27-32.